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Post-Doctoral Fellowship Program

Preparing Fellows to offer advance evidence-based capabilities in a private or group practice.

Program Purpose

The postdoctoral training program at GT offers specialized training in treating a wide variety of mental health disorders for adults, including but not limited to: trauma, anxiety, depression, and OCD. Fellows will be exposed to evidence-based practices (EBPs) in various populations, such as the LGBTQIA+ community, folks with neurodivergence, Veterans, older adults, and those with comorbid disabilities. Our hope is to offer accessible, effective, anti-oppressive therapy to folks from all walks of life.

​Successful Program Completion:

  • Fulfills licensure requirements for the state of California
  • Prepares trainees to work in private and group practice settings
  • Advances capabilities and use of evidence-based practices.

Trainee Expectations:

  • Maximum 28 weekly appointments, with measured ramp-up
  • 2 hours of Individual Supervision, weekly
  • 1 hour of Group Supervision, weekly
  • 1 hour of Structured Learning, weekly

Applications Due








What’s in it for You

  • $56,650 annual Salary
  • $1,000 Sign-on Bonus, paid immediately upon acceptance
  • 3 Weeks Paid Time Off
  • $400/month Heathcare Stipend
  • $50/month Remote Work Reimbursement
  • 100% Remote Telehealth
  • Flexible Schedule, to fit your needs
  • Optional Paid Trip to San Diego
  • Workers Compensation
  • Professional Liability Insurance

We Welcome your Application!

Entrance Requirements

Fellows must have completed all doctoral degree requirements from an APA/CPA-accredited program and have completed an APA/CPA-accredited internship.

Application Procedure

Please submit your application via the APPA CAS portal, if you have any trouble please reach out to Dr. Brew.

Materials include everything in the UPPD general application (please feel free to copy and paste into a separate word document). When completing the application, you will need:

  • A current CV
  • A cover letter detailing your interest in Grounded Therapy and describing your prior therapeutic experience
  • At least one letter of recommendation
  • Any additional materials that you believe tell us about who you are as a trainee

Applications are due by Sunday, December 31st, 2023. Our program will follow the Common Hold Date procedures set forth by APPIC.

Please direct any questions to the Postdoctoral Training Director, Shawnee Brew Psy.D., at

We look forward to reviewing your application, and appreciate your interest in our group!